Beginning January 1, 2023, all growers with ranches located in Groundwater Phase 1 Areas must start maintaining records for all nitrogen applied to crops, total nitrogen removed during harvest, and irrigation management information. This information will be used to submit the Irrigation and Nutrient Management Plan (INMP) summary report, which is due March 1, 2024.
In CCOF's recent blog post, “We are Essential: Pivoting to Stay Afloat,” Jamie Collins, of Serendipity Farms described a number of innovative ways they have responded to the challenges of farming during the global pandemic. Resiliency is one of the hallmarks of flourishing farms and responding quickly and appropriately to crises is key to thriving and growing as an operation.
Get yourself or your staff up to speed on maintaining your Organic System Plan (OSP) as quickly as possible with CCOF’s OSP Walk-Through Service. This service provides time to meet with our staff and learn how to use our systems to improve your users’ experience! Walk-throughs are led by a CCOF certification specialist and can be customized for your specific operation. By the end of the orientation, participants will understand:
We have taken the opportunity to reflect on our role and relationship with our certified members as major fires appear to occur more frequently and after learning of other tragic events affecting CCOF-certified operations.